Late Breaking Abstract - CMV serology and COPD-related mortality: a longitudinal study

R. Nenna (Rome, Italy), J. Zhai (Tucson, United States of America), S. Packard (Tucson, United States of America), A. Spangenberg (Tucson, United States of America), D. Sherrill (Tucson, United States of America), F. Martinez (Tucson, United States of America), M. Halonen (Tucson, United States of America), S. Guerra (Tucson, United States of America)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Tuberculosis epidemiology, bronchiectasis, other infections and spirometry
Session: Tuberculosis epidemiology, bronchiectasis, other infections and spirometry
Session type: Thematic Poster
Number: 2798

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